The Lydden Bell is a traditional Kentish Inn, located within the village of Lydden, in the stunning Kent countryside.
Recently refurbished, the atmosphere here is relaxed and friendly. We pride ourselves on the quality of our locally sourced food, and our selection of locally produced beers and we offer outstanding food and service everyday.
Using only the best locally sourced ingredients we produce hearty & modern British cuisine.
All our food is freshly cooked on site, to order and beautifully presented, making your dining experience with us something special to remember.
From pub classics, through to modern innovative dishes we have a broad menu suiting a variety of tastes.
We also have vegetarian and vegan options available.
We have a wide selection of ever changing draught beers, ciders, wines and spirits, and we pride ourselves with our range of locally brewed real ales.
We even have an extensive range of over 20 Gins and also serve cocktails to add some sparkle to your evening.
Absolutely love this place. Amazing presentation, complimentary soup of the day, a little bowling alley for kids to mess around with out back and free vouchers, had two free bottles of wine!
Wonderful lunch, food was delicious and served with a smile. Very good food at a great price. Family friendly. Highly recommend.
What a amazing lunch we had it was all delicious. Would definitely return . Serve also was excellent the right amount of time between courses . Mr and Mrs Horton .
Lovely pub in Lydden village. Went on a Sunday morning just as it opened. Clean and nicely laid out. Plenty of tables. Garden at the rear. Offers food.
I have eaten here several times, for birthdays with friends and family.
The food is always wonderful, creative and they have extensive menu boards and specials.
With old beams and rustic tables and chairs, it has a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere.
Just like to say what a lovely friendly pub, I visited today with my partner and mother and was very impressed with the service and food. Will definitely be returning very soon, even more so as ran by a westham fan.